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comment Why is the bill from my health care provider sometimes called a “factura”?
That must be it-- I'm in Los Angeles. Thanks.
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comment What does ‘the Kardashians’ mean in the context of the Treasury Department’s sending a prepaid card to many Americans?
I agree with you, Jay. I think the idea is that if you are familiar with the Kardashian Card (and it was the punch-line of many late-night talk show monologue jokes), then this is a good sentence. But unfortunately for the person that wrote that, I don't think the K Card is THAT well known, so it ends up leaving many readers scratching their head and asking "who are the Kardashians?" or "I know who the Kardashians are, but what card are they talking about?" I think an write (or their) editor who was more in tune with pop culture's impact (or lack of, in this case) should have left it out.
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